Designed to be Different
Deep dive the gear forums on pickup winding and you'll see tons of voices claiming that handwinding and variable tension is where the magic is. We challenge that concept and have the data to prove it. Every set that leaves our shop is within 1% tolerance of every pickup we've ever shipped. No more wondering if you got a lemon model. Whether you're playing to your dog or you're on stage for 100,000+ fans, the Lambertones are the same.
Made in USA
We fully believe a product should be able to stand on its own, where the location of manufacturer doesn't automatically qualify/disqualify it from a perceived quality. That said, we're proud to design, manufacture, wind, fulfill in house here at our shop in Southern California.
Crafted with Care
We charge and test every magnet pressed into the Triple Shot flatwork to ensure that our Strat tones are consist across every set. Each set is wound on precision laser-cut vulcanized fiberboard in our shop with tinned eyelets for a premium and isolated solder joint. The pickup leads use the highest quality possible cloth covered pre-tinned Gavitt wire to give you the best signal chain start and an easy solder connection.
Each Triple Shot SSS set uses a custom laser-etched copper-plated steel baseplate on the bridge pickup that further enhances the bridge tone, smoothing out the high-end sizzle most Strat bridge pickups have, and giving a tighter and punchier low-end.
Shipped with Style
Every pickup set comes in its own premium box with laser cut foam and every cover has mm thick 3M protective shielding to aid in a successful install without scratches or scuffs.
Every pickup set is shipped with a special gift for you to enjoy. We're very passionate about this and hope you love it as much as we do, so tag us in an Instagram/Facebook post and we'll repost it to our story!
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I installed The Triple Shot in a 1996 MIM Stratocaster and, no joke, I'm blown away by how good these sound. I've never really seen the appeal of Strats; I love the way they play but the few cheaper ones I've had over the years just haven't blown my socks off. Replacing my electronics and putting Lambertones in...wow. I get it now. This thing sounds amazing and if I ever get a second Strat, I will most certainly be putting Lambertones in it. I'm seriously considering changing out the pickups in my other guitars now since these made THIS much of a difference in this one.
There's not a better set of pickups out there than Lambertones triple shot. Crema/Grinder combo with the middle position single works so well with auto splits and a push-pull pot for 7-way "neck on" mod.
MIM HSS - Triple Shots w/ Crema
my $.02. The pickups are great, no issues. Lots of clarity and chime. I did find that I set the height way lower than Fender spec to get a balanced sound. I'm still struggling to find tone nirvana using the gear I own. My ideal tone is the Big Head Todd sound (Bittersweet live at Red Rocks). I play a MIM HSS through a Peavey Classic 30. The pickups are way better than stock, but I'm not quite where I want to be tonally. I've swapped amp tubes/speaker and guitar pickups/strings. It's probably time to accept the problem is not the gear, but the player.
Best upgrade to any strat
These are just unbelievably good. I took a page from the WT book of upgrading a Squier CV strat. However, I did all the other upgrades first before the pickups. Locking Bougie tuners, brass block, high wood saddles, brass claw, silent springs, all stainless screws throughout, and all 920D parts under the hood, and I did a full setup and fret treatment. Once I knew the capability of the stock pickups with better hardware, I almost didn’t order the pickups. But I did. And I’m glad. It was night and day. I also have a a Fender CS GT11 strat and this puppy held its own without breaking a sweat. Outstanding pickups. Just buy a set. You need them.
Lambertones Triple Shot Post Install First Impressions
Some years ago I purchased a 2008 Road Worn MIM Stratocaster. Whilst it sounded pretty good with the stock Tex-Mex p/ups it came with, i recently replaced them with a set of Lambertones Triple Shot Pickups. The difference is like night & day. The guitar itself sounds more responsive, clearer and fuller than it ever has before. The tones i can now achieve with my trusty Road Worn Stratocaster are quite simply gorgeous. With a range of killer tones between each p/up position. Truly the best upgrade one can make to an already decent sounding guitar. I just can’t put it down. Kudos to Lamertones Pickups.